NAME THAT CHIPTUNE: After going deep into an YouTube hole watching marching bands playing video game music, Andrew brings to the table the question: When the hell did video game music become so popular? Is it that good or are we just getting old?
- Emily Reese’s podcasts about video game music: First, the defunct Top Score with Emily Reese (the archives are still active) and the current Level with Emily Reese.
- New Dan & Rusty Video Game Power Hour where they play Thunder Lotus Games‘ new release, Sundered.
- D. Bethel’s interview with Nathan Miller for the podcast, Finding Sacramento:
WORKS CITED, REFERENCED, OR CONSULTED:
- Lieberman, David. “Vice Media Cuts Staff by 2% As it Sharpens Focus on Video.” Deadline. Penske Business Media, 21 Jul. 2017.
- Raymond, Adam K. “Vice Holds Field Day in Brooklyn as Dozens of Employees are Laid Off.” New York Magazine. New York Media, 21 Jul. 2017.
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-“Stayin’ in Black” by Wax Audio
-“Scene III (Final Fantasy – ‘Opening Theme’, ‘Town’, ‘Matoya’s Cave’)” by The Tokyo Symphony Orchestra (from Symphonic Suite Final Fantasy; arranged by Katsuhisa & Takayuki Hattori)